We all know there are certain disadvantages to the location of Toyota Park. Rather than continuing to lament what so many others have, I wanted to take a different approach. Despite the location, I think that the Fire can maximize this venue
It's an action packed soccer Sunday!!! Real Madrid in Vegas!!! Cristiano Ronaldo!!! (and some MLS stuff too...)
Hot Time in Old Town was saddened to hear that former Fire PDL midfielder Kirk Urso passed away on Saturday night at the age of 22.
The 2012 MLS All-Star Game. Get excited!!!...or not.
The Super 20 League is a United Soccer League (USL) that often gets overlooked. It's only a 7-game regular season whereas the Premier Development League has 16 regular season games. U20 games take place at the same time as PDL games so they don't nec
Exactly two years ago on July 16, 2010, the Chicago Fire U16s won the U.S. Soccer Development Academy U15/16 Championship. In doing so, the Fire became the first academy team from a MLS team to capture a USSDA championship. The Fire U16s of this year
Many of the U-16s that won back in '09-'10 are still with the club. They are hungry to take the U-18 championship now that they are older and the U-16 squad is also playing some great soccer.
The Chicago Fire were knocked out of the U.S. Open Cup last night by the Michigan Bucks of the PDL. It wasn't the only big upset of the night.
U.S. Open Cup: Fire PDL out, Fire first team's hunt begins
The Fire PDL defeated the Croatian Eagles from Milwaukee 1-0 last night in a tense US Open Cup first round match.
The Chicago Inferno begin their inaugural season in the USL PDL on May 19. But how will the Inferno work with the other PDL team in the area?
The St. Louis Lions are on the verge of starting the 2012 USL Premier Development League season. On the field, the Lions believe they have the talent for a successful summer.
The St. Louis Lions are entering their seventh season as a member of the USL's Premier Development League. But is the club's owner and head coach Tony Glavin looking to take the club to newer heights in the near future?
Soccer/MLS continues steady popularity climb in the US